James Motlow lived in Locke throughout the 1970, during that time he produced a body of photographic images: Cafe's, late night donut holes, Sacramento Delta farmers and farm workers, Sacramento neighborhoods, low riders and his neighbors in Locke. These images have been published locally, nationally and internationally. His stock images have been sold by Magnum in New York and Jeroboam in San Francisco. He has images in the collection of the Oakland Museum and Crocker Museum as well as many private collections. After 30+ years in the Bay Area, he return to Locke where now lives.